Negotiations to end doctors' strike cease with no progress

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July 20, 2011 06:33

 
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Negotiations between the Israel Medical Association and the Treasury to end the doctors' work dispute ended early Wednesday morning with no progress, Israel Radio reported.

National Labor Court President Nili Arad, who has worked intensively as a go-between in the last few weeks, has threatened to issue restraining orders against the doctors unless they reach an agreement. As the labor court is due to go on vacation on Wednesday, it appeared Arad was adamant about ending the dispute either with an agreement or court sanctions.

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